Americas Best Value Inn Loma Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... by slashing everyone and landing out of the water on a platform. The animal show was cool with cats, dogs, birds and pigs. They all did tricks and ran around the stage. They were a few rides that we when on, with one wetting us as we came down the high track. It was a full day and then we were taken back to our hotel in the ...
... the same order as we were dropped off, so Lego first sea world second us last. Nope. We were to be picked up at 4.30 giving us 4 hours to try and see everything. Yay We started our mad rush by jumping on the cable car and travelling our way to the other side of the park. We started in Africa seeing sleeping lions, elephants, a rhino and other African animals. Moved onto the sun bear and grizzleys who were in the zoo because ...
... the Hangover next!
Back to the bus ready for our trip home, which was rather long, lots of traffic at the end of the day. It took us just over an hour to get down to San Diego and an hour and a half on the way back. The driver put the Karate Kid movie on for us on the way home so that helped pass the time and we didn’t get to finish the movie so we’ll have to hire it now.
Quick dinner at the hotel. We only buy ...
... and others who have very happy marriages with their wife at home most the time and occasionally visiting on board. They finally retire to their little cottage to enjoy gardening and never look back at their life at sea.
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... of desert with occasional views of the Mexican border fence. I hit 3 check ipoints - the first one was a very young border patrol lady - she looked at me and said "are you a US citizen" ? For a moment I was going to respond "Si Señorita" but my filter was working and I wisely responded with a "Yes" she gave me the move-on thumb like she knew what I was thinking. The other two just waived me right thru without a word. The scenery was similar to NM ...